The Inerrancy of Holy Scripture

The doctrine of the ʻInerrancy of Scriptureʻ, though modernists try to force ambiguous concepts on it to blur its meaning, is quite simple to understand:

God cannot err nor could He author any error (Because He is God)

God is the Author of Scripture, both the Old and New Testaments (As declared in the Council of Florence as well as the 4th session of the Council of Trent) [DS 1333] [DS 1501]

3. Therefore Holy Scripture is COMPLETELY without error

Leo XIII, in Providentissimus Deus (1893), sums it up succinctly:

“The books, all and entire, which the Church accepts as sacred and canonical, with all their parts, have been written at the dictation of the Holy Ghost; so far is it from the possibility of any error being present to divine inspiration, that it itself of itself not only excludes all error, but excludes it and rejects it as necessarily as it is necessary that God, the highest Truth, be the author of no error whatsoever.”
[DS 3292]

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